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CrazzySnipe55

CrazzySnipe55

5/11/2012 8:21:32 PM
I've been pondering this idea for a while and how to present it in a way that I don't seem like I'm advocating spam. And I think I've finally come up with it. You see, my fellow forumgoers, I feel about as regretful about something I've done as any one person could possibly be. I have, several weeks ago now I believe it was, done something equal to that of killing a unicorn or pissing on a rainbow as far as crimes against nature go. I stopped in progress a page full-mythic thread page. I cannot tell you how dimwitted and remorseful I felt when this happened. History in the making, and I all but wrote it out of possibility. In case you don't know, if we're being incredibly ignorant and favorable to the Mythic population and assume they're approximately 1/4 of the title-bar-quad-fecta, there is approximately a .000000000000088817842% chance of having a full page of mythics post. It is for this reason that I suggest what I am calling the "Blue Initiative". It is our duty as non-blues to leave alone a possible Full-Blue page in the making. If you don't realize it before you post or if you and a blue are close to simultaneously making the 25th post of the thread (with you being the later of the two), that's fine. But bringing about this sort of wonder to the community is something that is only polite of us non-blues. Now I'd like to make a disclaimer before I post this. I am not advocating Mythic-Spam to fill up a page of any given thread. I'm advocating the constructive conversing and discussing of blues while at the same advocating the diverted conversing and discussing of non-blues to another thread until the chain is either broken or completed. Thoughts? Suggestions? Telling me that this thread is stupid and that I should just stop my silly attempts at making threads that make it look like I'm sincere when in fact my intentions are sarcastic, satirical, or jesting in nature because nobody ever seems to understand this or rather they just don't care for my style of thread-making? [Edited on 05.11.2012 12:22 PM PDT]

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